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Latest media releases

  
  
  
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Statement from Queensland Rail Chief Executive Officer Nick Easy
  
30/05/2017
Queensland Rail can confirm a tragic incident occurred on our network last night involving one of our staff members.
2017 Queensland Rail timetable confirmed
  
16/01/2017
Queensland Rail today confirmed that on 23 January, it will return to the timetable in place prior to the Summer school holidays.
Queensland Rail Christmas Day Report made public (Ministerial media statement)
  
5/01/2017
Queensland Rail’s report on the mass cancellation of Christmas Day train services has today been provided to the Strachan Commission of Inquiry by the Minister for Transport and the Commonwealth Games, Stirling Hinchliffe.
Brisbane’s busiest train station on track for more than $67 million makeover (Ministerial media statement)
  
5/09/2016
​Brisbane’s flagship station is set to be transformed with a three-year program of works worth more than $67 million set to start this month to upgrade Central Station.
Central West rail bridge upgrades
  
24/08/2016
Rail infrastructure in the Central West is set for an $8.8 million overhaul, with the Palaszczuk Government embarking on the third stage of a program to replace, repair and upgrade ageing timber rail bridges on the Central West line.
$850,000 upgrade for Moores Creek rail bridge
  
28/06/2016
The ageing Moores Creek rail bridge on the Yeppoon rail line is on track to receive a major refurbishment with the Palaszczuk Government announcing $850,000 to upgrade the bridge.
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